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APRIL 9, 1942
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
Thumbnail Sketches Of
phies of seniors of the Waynesville High School,
ief biogrP tvj newsijaDer next week.
...v,F FAY PUTNAM
: is the chief
Pfwin? Cnie Fay Putnam,
itbr " , and Mrs. L.
V T ake Junaluska.
nam. of LUKhe would ther
fthan keep house any
likes dimming, and wants to
vaeliKes --. ; g a mem.
V,hCe "lub in the 8th
',f Member of the art club
a. ..I r hus patrol-
the 9th, aim
fin the 10th-
i flno fn does.
r onson of Mr. and
,vs his cniei nouu, ------.
Mthoueh Kermit likes to farm,
thinks ne wuum ,.
tB, .;... ftpr graduation
K .. He was bus
U work i' " ,
:rolman in in, ou,
, t hies niiiiif luuui
fc grade, ana is u mnura
CARL McCRACKEN, JR.
f.Mcus to pet the first crack at
i-ler Carl McLracKen, oi., o
u.'anH Mrs. Carl MoCracken, of
mnook, says he wants to come
i, in Haywood ana live aiier me
fit' seems that Carl's hobby is
ihing and hunting.
u i. o member of the industrial
in ami was a member oi ine r .
f .. . .1 ,i.L 1
A. in the 8th ana win gru,
member of the F. F. A. in the 8th
and 9th grades and is a member
of the industrial shop.
Collecting postcards is the fa
vorite pastime of Georgia Hyatt,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
Hyatt, of Hyatt's Creek.
Georgia's favorite subject is
geography and she likes to cook.
She plans to get a job in some in
dustrial plant after graduation.
She was bus patrolman in the
9th and 10th grades and is a mem
ber of the home economics club.
Frankie Guy, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Frank Guy, of Saunook,
says she believes she would rather
work than keep house and plans
to get a joo m some nearby indus
trial plant because she likes to live
in the country.
Frankie likes to cook and sew
and is a member of the home
Stephens, son of Mr. and
U r i. Stenhens. of SaunooK,
knts to enter some kind of me-
ianical trade, but says he is
idy to go into the navy anytime
wants to be on an aircraft
Bill's hobbies are hunting and
Ihing and Softball. He was a
All persons will take notice that
. nnrWsiVned has nnalified in the
W nf the filork of thn Superior
jourt of Haywood County as Ad
ministrator of the estate of Callie
IcDaniel, deceased. All persons
ving claims against the said
lute will present the .same to the
dersiened on or before the 25th
ly of March, 1943, or this no-
!:e wilt be pleaded in bar or any
pht claimant may have to re
iver. All persons indebted to
(e estate will make immediate
This 25th day of March, 1942.
HARDY LINER, JR.
Administrator of the estate of
pllie McDaniel, deceased.
No. 1171 April 2-9-16-23-30-
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Contrary to some people's way
of thinking, working with small
children can be a pleasure says
Velda Henry, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Henry, of Daisy Avenue.
Velda worked as Mrs. Herman's
assistant in the kindergarten and
believes she would like nursing as
a career. She says she would like
to have a job at the hospital next
Velda is also interested in the
army or shall we say one (1)
member of the air corps.
Australian Minister Welcomes Our Boys
Men In Service Deplore Many Conditions
That Exist Back Home Some Feel
Their Efforts Not Fully Appreciated
C. P. Radlophoto
F. M. Forde (left). Australian Minister for Army, greets two Ts priTatei t sn -Amerton. camo i
Australia. This photo was sent from Melbourne to San Francisco to inaugurate the new raoiopnow
. channel just opened. . -
of Mr. and Mrs. R V. Leather- bund for 3 years, has won schol-1 worth League of Methodist church
wrnwl of rcast wavnesvuie. wants arsmp a'tuncaics vv.-iy. )'
v o mnaif tuanlipr; ! since startina school, won Ameri-
She plans to go to Berea Col- can Legion , citizenship award
lege. Her chief hobbies are music, when graduating from the junior
keeping scrapbooks, and sewing, high, class marshall, secretary of
She enjoys stenographic work and student council 9th, vice president
would like a job this summer in student council 10th, won first
stenography. class musician award in 11th,
Katherine' is typist for the curved bar Scout and holder of 30
Journalism club, and has been sec- merit badges, editor-in-chief of
retary of home room in the 8th waynesvuie ni-uie, ursi nuie m
grade, secretary of the 10th, and i band, won Lions Club scholarship
awara, won siaie u. u. j. simp
book award, was acting president
of the children's chapter of Con
federacy, won silver typing pm in
junior year, and state winner of
D. A. R. Pilgrimage.
student council representative in
the Uth grade, historian of glee
club in the 10th, member of glee
club in the 11th, and librarian of
glee club in the 11th.
Although she doesn't know how
to get it right now, Joe Hoxit,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Hoxit, of Charles street, wants to
make art her career some day.
She is also interested in photo
Joe is a "rolling stone" and
loves to travel.
She is assistant art editor of
the Waynesville Hi-Life, and a
member of the journalism club. Has
been secretary of the 8th and 9th
grades, vice president of the 7th
grade, and competed in poster con
tests and has taken part in dra
Pnllv Liner, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Liner, of Ratcliffe
Cove, wants to eo to a business
college where she will study to
take up some kind pt secretarial
work. : ,
Pnllv collects nost cards and
photographs, likes to cook, sew
and read. She is bus patrolman
and has been secretary-treasurer of
home room in the 7th and 9th
Margaret Jones, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Jones, of Dellwood
road, would be willing to have a
job in an industrial plant, but she
wants to keep house, too.
Margaret likes to cook, swim
and hike. She was a member of the
public speaking club in the 9th
grade, took part in recitation con
tests in the 8th and 9th and has
worked in Mrs. Herman's kinder
Plannincr to enter the field of
journalism or fashion photography,
Patsy Gwyn, daughter oi Mr. ana
Mrs. T. L. Gwyn, of Waynesville,
is going to St. Mary's college.
Patsv's hobbies are nhotoeraphy.
dress desifirnin? and sewing, col
lecting miniatures and phonograph
records, horseback riding, tinting
photographs, and cooking.
She was president of home room
in the 8th and 9th, vice president
of class in the eth, historian oi
Keeping a scrap book of her
brother, Dick Moody, record and
letters from the navy is the chief
hobby of Dorothy Moody, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Moody,
who lives at Soco Gap.
Dorothy plans to enter Rex hos
pital in Raleigh or Erlenger hos
pital in Chattanooga where she
will study to enter nursing. .
She likes to square dance (mem
ber of the Soco Gap dance team)
and enjoys outdoor life. .
Dorothy was a member of the
glee club in the 8th, a member of
the dramatic club in the 9th, and
art club in the 10th grades.
Katherine Leatherwood, daughter
ne thing men always notice
ab0Ut a Sirl-ia her fresh-
daintiness; the colorful
688 f her clothes. Dry
ning your garments reg
;ary will serve you well in
Je ways than one; and
..JM U, it helps make good
aothes last longer
Plannihir to enter secretarial or
teaching work. Euirenia Martin.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. R.
Martin, of Tate street, plans to go
to Peace or W. C. T. C to college.
Eugenia worked on N. Y. A. with
the draft board last summer, and
at Aiexanqer s ... urug store aiter
school and every other night for
the first semister of this year.
She was president of iresnman
class, has been a member of the
dramatic club in the 8, 9, 10, 11th
grades, member of journalism club
in the 10th, and Girl Scout scribe
for two years, president of chil
dren's chapter of Confederacy for
Ernest Sutton, son of Mr. and
Mrs r.iortre Sutton, of East Way
nesville, wants to be " electrical
Krnest likes to build things
and likes to live in the country,
he also wants to be in the air
corps if the army needs him.
He was a member of t. F. A.
in the !)th and 10th irrades. is taking
industrial shop, ami was bus pat
rolman in the 7th and 10th, and
treasurer of F. F. A. in the 10th
and drives school bus.
I.pwis Williamson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Williamson, of Jon
athan Creek, wants a defense Jud
He likes sports, especially base
ball and softball and plays on
Jonathan Creek softball team. He
wants a job in town, but would
rather live in the country.
He has been a member of F. F.
A. in the 9th and 10th, was sec
retary of F. F. A. in the 10th and
bus patrolman in the 9th, 10th,
and 11th, and is taking muustriai
It. would nrobablv surprise some
school teachers to learn how little
the average pupil gets out of
past three years, president of Ep-, school term.
The men behind the guns on the
front know no hours, they watch
no clocks. They only watch the
That in brief, is the heart of a
letter just received by Mrs. Robert
B. Pearce. of the Wavnesville Bak
ery, from her brother, R. C. Britt,
who has been in service for 17
Britt is a naval specialist, and
in speaking of the assignment at
Pearl Harbor, he said: "I have been
in the navy 17 years, but this is the
smoothest, fastest working outfit
I ever saw." Since his letter, he
has been transferred to technical
In tellinir of general work, he
said in part: "Hours mean noth
ing until you finish the job. it
makes the men in our branch of
the service mad to read of strikes
for more pay and shorter hours. If
the strikers only knew how badly
the men at the front, in the air
and on the sea were depending on
t.h thintrs thev manufacture, they
would work for half pay, because
they would be shaking in their
The veteran serviceman then edi
torialized as he penned: "Entire
ly too many people sit buck com
lilucently and say, 'Oh, we can't
lose this war.' Those same people
make no effort to do their part
I know, I've been in the states
plenty since this thing started.
The men behind the guns will fight
and win if they get the material
and support. So far, our war ef
fort has merely started. This must
be more than doubled, and every
mail, woman and child must do
their part, and do it now."
"Time is precious. So is our Uu-
ertv. For thut reason all Ameri
cans must realize the danger, and
be willing to sacrifice and suffer
at oven the thoughts of losing
this precious liberty we have all
"Until there is no thought of
striking for this or that, or for
holding up production of any single
item thut is so urgently needed
for the defense of all, shall we
be assured of winning."
Seaman Hntt continued by say
ing that in his opinion it is an
insult to the flag not to "give our
all" for its protection.
The letter continued, with a note
of sadness running through the
pages, and he climaxed his letter by
stating: "I honestly think that
the number of people back home
who realize our dangers is real
tively small. There are too many
people who take the attitude of
Let John do it." ' -Mrs.
Pearce has another brother
who has been in service 12 years.
He is a radio ooerator on a bomber.
Then, too, she has two brothers.
in law in the army.
A later letter from Seaman Britt
was in about the same tone, and
while it dealt with many personal
matters, a reader could see that
domestic affairs back in the states
were far from what the men on
the front would like.
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NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of an order
of the Superior Court of Haywood
County, North Carolina, in a spe
cial proceeding entitled T. L.
Green, administrator of J. H. Rog
ers, deceased, and Carl C. Rogers,
only heir at law-exparte, the same
being No. 227, Special Proceeding
docket of said court, the under
signed commissioner will, on Mon
day, the 27th day of April, 1942,
at 11 o'clock a. m., on the prem
ises 3-4 mile north east of Clyde,
N. C, in Haywood County, sell to
the highest bidder, the following
described land and premises, to
rtnn lot described as follows:
BEGINNING at an iron pin in the
center of the highway leading from
Thompson Cove to the town of
rivdp. N. C and running thence
with center of said highway N.
1230' W. 74 feet to an iron pin,
the S. W. corner of Claude Thomp
son lot; thence with his line N. 89
309 feet to a fence post m
the D. I. L. Smathers line; thence
with his line S. 8 W. 76 feet to
nost in a fence: thence with
Hoyt Carr's line S. 89 W. 279 feet
to the beginning, Containing one
half acre, more or less.
Also one lot adjoining the above,
bounded as follows: BEGINNING
an iron pin in the center of
highway leading from Thompson
Cove to the town of Clyde, the
same being the northeast corner of
th Marvin Snvder lot. and runs
thence with the center of said high
way and D. M. Cagle line IM. 8
30' W. 87.9 feet to an iron pin, J.
TT. Roarers' southwest corner:
thence with his line N. 89 E. 279
feet to an iron pin or stake in line
of D. I. L. Smathers ; thence with
said line about 8 W. 76 feet to a
stake; thence S. 88 25' W. 254
feet to the beginning, Containing
one half acre, more or less.
Raid land also has on it a small
two-room and basement dwelling,
and will be sold at public outcry
tn thp highest bidder, either for
cash or one half cash and the bal
ance on 6 and 12 months time to
suit the purchaser, and separate
a Inta or as a whole, as deemed
best bv the commissioner. There
are also some minor articles of
personal and household goods
which will be sold at the same
time, for cash.
This the 27th day of March, 1942.
T. L. GREEN,
No. 1170 April 2-9-16-23.
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